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Feb 17, 2013 2:00am EST
and locald still - governments. this eliminates that federal preemption and says government can limit the time, place, or manner of tobacco company marketing. providence was the first one to do it. about a year-and-a-half ago, it adopted a policy that bans the retention of key patents -- the acceptance of coupons. tobacco companies challenged that under the first amendment. it suggests governments have the ability to regulate tobacco company marketing. the first amendment is not the and all. if we look at what is happening globally, over time, we have seen the spread an increase in the comprehensiveness of the types of marketing bans in place. this started out by banning advertising and various channels. to cover all the sorts of traditional advertising, they moved -- then the most policies recently added to the strength of these policies. the most comprehensive ones and ban the retail displays of tobacco products. which is something we can do when it comes to marijuana. as marijuana several countries have abandoned these displays. these have been challenged in the courts as well. so
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